Boys Basketball

Pennfield beat Coldwater, 87-80.  Deveaire Todd had 28 points.   The Panthers were up 22 at one point, but had to fight to hang on for the win.  Ron Jamierson had 21points.

Fifth-ranked Kalamazoo Central beat Battle Creek Central 57-48 on Tuesday in Kalamazoo.

St. Philip beat Camden-Frontier 60-41.  Connor Gausselin had 17, and Zach Nelson 16.

Harper Creek defeated Lumen Christi, 75-40.   Jeremiah Davis had 30 points.

Portage Central 44, Lakeview 40.

Parma Western 64, Marshall 45, as Parma takes over the Interstate Eight conference lead.  Marshall falls to second place.

Climax-Scotts 78, Waldron 52.

Calhoun Christian 61, Barry County Christian 44.   Andrew Eckhart has 14 and a dozen rebounds.

Delton-Kellogg 56, Marcellus 53.  Cogan McCoy had 15.

Bellevue 84, Burr Oak 43.  Wyatt Waterbury had 26.

Homer 76, Athens 50.

Quincy 54, Union City 52.

Olivet 67, Perry 56.

Jackson Christian 80, Tekonsha 48.

Galesburg-Augusta 64, Lawrence 34.

Hillsdale Academy 58, Litchfield 25.

Leslie 65, Vermontville Maple Valley 29.

Our next radio game is Friday, as St. Philip plays at Climax-Scotts.

 

Girls’ Basketball

Lakeview 60, Portage Central 27.  Margo Miller led Lakeview with 13.

Harper Creek 46, Jackson Lumen Christi 20.  Faith Hayes with 16.

Marshall 65, Parma Western 36.  Nikki Tucker led the Redhawks with 20.

Pennfield 39, Coldwater 35.   Alicia Lake led Pennfield with 12 points, 13 rebounds.

Kalamazoo Central 76, Battle Creek Central 22.

Athens 53, Bronson 41.  Jillayne Wheeler with 20.

Waldron 50, Climax-Scotts 40.

Mendon 55, Colon 42

Olivet 32, Perry 20.

Delton Kellogg 36, Marcellus 34 in overtime.